If you own or rent a home or apartment, take ease in knowing that Designer Deck’s Modulette deck tiles can be customized to your balcony or deck, furthermore, providing flexibility when it comes to vacating your property; Thanks to our special installation method, it’s entirely possible to remove your outdoor tiles and salvage the better part of an investment if you choose to relocate. We’re a full service operation and we provide assistance in removing, storing and re-installing your tiles professionally at a new home or apartment. For more information with regard to care, hiring an expert contractor or to obtain a free on-site quote for your condo or apartment,contact us at 862161182468 today.
Wood rot is a major issue for wood decks. If your deck is made from pressure-treated lumber rated for ground contact, it will be more resistant to rot. On the other hand, if it’s made from untreated wood, there’s a greater risk of rot. However, any wood can rot, especially if it stays wet long enough. Most rot occurs in hard-to-see places, such as the underside of stair treads and under the decking boards, so if possible crawl under your deck when you’re looking for rotten boards.
If you find a board with rot that’s less than a half-inch deep, it can be left in place. However, boards with rot larger than that need to be replaced. Use a pry bar to remove the rotten boards and replace them with a pressure-treated and rot-resistant board.
All decking products, natural and man-made, will experience some weathering. It’s all about where you live and the environmental and climate conditions in your particular area. Seventrust Deck, Porch, and Fascia colors may appear to lighten over time as part of the natural weathering process. Take that into consideration when choosing your colors. Contributing factors to weathering include the environment, moisture, sunlight, heat, time and other variables that are dictated by region or geography. Weathering is simply aesthetic and not a performance or product warranty issue, so it is not considered a material defect.